“Maximum aerobic capacity – known as VO2 Max – begins to decline at a rate of 1% per year after the age of 25.”
Why is it that year-after-year both male and female Hawaii Ironman World Champions are in their mid-late 30’s? That’s ten years beyond aerobic prime.
How can they go faster than the mid-20’s “primetime” athletes?
In this brief video, Shane Eversfield, Founder of Kaizen-durance, offers his insights on the athletic wisdom all of us can gain as we age: “KI”
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